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BFI Film Academy Success

BFI Film Academy Success

Students successfully complete two short films It’s the second year that Brighton Film School has run a BFI Film Academy course and our recent graduates have plenty to celebrate! During the five month course led by filmmaker Eva Riley and Course Co-ordinator Debbie Plentie, the 21 students successfully completed two short... Continue Reading »

Student Film Review

Student Film Review

Alien: Covenant - one door closes, another opens Brighton Film School Filmmaking HNC student, Arran Armitage, reviews the new Ridley Scott Alien film: I want to begin by saying that I really enjoyed Alien: Covenant, but I did have some problems with it, and I expected to feel this way before... Continue Reading »

Afterlife: Filmmaking HNC short film

Afterlife: Filmmaking HNC short film

Where do you go when you die? A question that no one really knows. Brighton Film School HNC students decided to explore this topic in a short film with excellent creative results. Director Freddie Tarrant was inspired by the idea from a book called 'On a Pale Horse' by Piers Anthony,... Continue Reading »

Brand new Open Days announced

Brand new Open Days announced

Discover why we are one of the best film schools in the UK There is something very special about Brighton Film School, and we want you to discover it for yourself. Are you interested in degree level courses in Filmmaking, Animation or Set Design? Are you looking to start in September... Continue Reading »

Brighton Film School lecturers choose a world of HOPE, over hate

Brighton Film School lecturers choose a world of HOPE, over hate

Brighton Film School lecturers directed and produced short film for national charity Filmmaking lecturer Julian Kerridge and Screenwriting lecturer Martin Sadofski directed and produced a short film for the national charity 'HOPE not hate'. The charity are running a campaign to counter racism and fascism in elections and local communities. Coldplay... Continue Reading »

Brighton Film School graduates launch campaign to fund their first major film project

Brighton Film School graduates launch campaign to fund their first major film project

Help female-driven film crew of Brighton Film School alumni to crowdfund their first ever project Five female Brighton Film School graduates are embarking on their first ever project together. The project is important to the crew, as it marks the end of an era as students, as well as the beginning... Continue Reading »

Catching up with James Cottrell

Catching up with James Cottrell

James graduated from Film Production BA last year and most recently has been working on BBC 'Repair Shop' series with Ricochet. Lets see how he found it. How did you find out about the job at Ricochet? So I found the job at Ricochet through a family member who... Continue Reading »

First-Time Filmmakers Showcase

First-Time Filmmakers Showcase

Film Production BA student Paris Wilder and her crew were chosen to showcase their film 'The Middle Man' at Pinewood Studios by Lift-Off First Time Filmmakers The Lift-Off First Time Filmmakers Showcase was a brilliant experience for all of us. When we arrived, we had talks and workshops with... Continue Reading »

Brighton Film School launches 10 week Animation course

Brighton Film School launches 10 week Animation course

Brighton Film School has launched a 10 week Animation course to meet the growing demand for animators in filmmaking. The exciting new short course will be taught by Tim Sanpher, an industry professional with over 20 years experience working at the top end of the animation world. Tim's portfolio is... Continue Reading »

BFI iFeatures directed by Eva Riley

BFI iFeatures directed by Eva Riley

BFI iFeatures have chosen Perfect Ten, by 2016 Screen Star of Tomorrow Eva Riley and producer Jacob Thomas. Riley is to write and direct her first feature following on the success of Patriot her NFTS graduation film that was selected for the Cannes Film Festival. Continue Reading »

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